Rejuvenate-Hydrate Face Toner Homemade

A gentle hydrating facial mist for mature skin.

2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons comfrey root herbal infusion (preferred) or distilled water

3 teaspoons aloe vera gel

1 teaspoon glycerin

4 drops lavender essential oil

3 drops fennel essential oil

4 drops sandalwood essential oil

Pour all ingredients into a spray mist bottle, cap and shake well. It is ready to use. Use up within a couple of months, checking for bacterial contamination periodically. Keep in the refrigerator for prolonged storage. Yields 2 oz.

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